Art Galleries & Museums


The Heart of Art in Montana – Livingston Downtown Gallery Walks occurs on the 4th Friday per month during June, July, August and September 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments as you wander from gallery to gallery in search of a piece of distinction to bring home.


The Livingston Museum Association offers serious museums for visitors to Livingston. From fly-fishing to railroading and Yellowstone Park history, not too many communities of this size can boast of the quality and diversity of our historical culture.

Livingston Depot Center
The Northern Pacific Railroad Depot in downtown Livingston has always been the center of the community. Built by the railroad in 1902, it served as a stopping point for tourists heading to Yellowstone National Park. Now the grand old depot has taken on a new life as a museum and community cultural center.

Yellowstone Gateway Museum
One of the most impressive collections of local and state historical artifacts, documents and memorabilia in Montana is on display. The museum features themes from the old School House, a Pioneer cabin, Railroad Room, Yellowstone National Park items and the Native Culture Room featuring the Anzick site.

International Federation of Fly Fishers
The rich history of the International Federation of Fly Fishers is well documented in the collection of angling artifacts, literature and art on display at our headquarters on 89 south. The collection and library span over a century of artifacts and books that truly represent the culture and history of fly fishing.

Business Listings

  • Avery’s Art Worx – Gallery & Framing

    223 South Main St.
    Livingston, MT

    Award winning art presentations. Signs & designs. Original greeting cards. Unique concepts never seen B 4.

    Visit Website 406-222-5974
  • Banovich Art Center

    Chip Goodrich
    2 Pine Creek Road
    Livingston, MT

    “Journey Through Art to the Wildest Places on Earth”

    Visit Website 888-486-3160 fax# 888-229-8308
  • Burning Ember Photography

    Josh Homer
    206 West Summit St
    Livingston, MT
  • International Federation of Fly Fishers Museum

    Rhonda Sellers, office mgr.
    5237 US Hwy 89 South Suite #11 Up Stairs
    Livingston, MT

    Learn about fly fishing at our museum and IFFF headquarters. Open Mon-Fri 9-5.

    New Members Welcome!

    Visit Website 406-222-9369 ext 0
  • Livingston Center for Art and Culture

    Robin Hoggan Ebinger
    119 S. Main (p.o. box 1644)
    Livingston, Montana

    Providing a forum to link artists, writers, film makers, computer & graphic artists with residents, visitors, & students. Support the arts!

    Visit Website 406-222-5222
  • Livingston Depot Center

    Diana Seider, director
    P. O. Box 1319
    Livingston, Montana

    Built by Northern Pacific in 1902, this beautiful depot houses a railroad museum exhibit May-Sept. See website for year-round special events.

    Visit Website 406-222-2300
  • Museum of the Rockies & Planetarium

    600 West Kagy Blvd
    Bozeman, MT

    From I-90 Exit at 19th Avenue (exit 305) Take 19th Avenue south for 3.8 miles Take a left on Kagy Blvd and continue for about a mile Take a right into the Museum parking lot

    Visit Website 406-994-2251
  • Parks Reece Gallery

    119 South Main St.
    Livingston, MT

    Fine digital prints & original limited edition lithographs.

    Visit Website 406-222-5274
  • Yellowstone Gateway Museum

    Paul Shea, museum director
    118 W. Chinook Street
    Livingston, MT

    Experience history through interpretive and hands-on exhibits designed for all ages—from 12,600 years ago to present day. Explore photos and manuscripts in the Research Center. Find local books and unique gifts in our Gift Shop.

    Visit Website 406-222-4184

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